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The Danish Under 21 Individual Speedway Championship is a competition for riders who are under the age of 21, holding a Danish passport and a valid DMU licence. The competition was first staged in 1960 and was won by Jorgen Hoffman. Although there was no competition in 1961, the event returned in 1962 and has been staged every year since. Kenneth Bjerre holds the record for most titles with four, while Nicklas Porsingis the current holder having won in 2014.
Kenneth Bjerre Jensen is a Danish international motorcycle speedway rider who races using the name Kenneth Bjerre. He rode in the UK for Peterborough Panthers and King's Lynn Stars in the Elite League.
Nicklas Andre Porsing is a Danish speedway rider who has raced in leagues in Denmark, Poland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom..
|1962||Hillerød||Eigil Vergmann||Erik Jensen||Arne Andraesen|
|1963||Hillerød||Prben Andraesen||Svend Johansen||Ove Petersen|
|1964||Hillerød||Børge Fynbo||Jan Holm Nielsen||Henning Larsen|
|1965||Hillerød||Ole Olsen||Kurt Bogh||Frank Larsen|
|1966||Hillerød||Hans Johansen||Per Ehlert||Frank Larsen|
|1967||Hillerød||Bent Nørgaard Jensen||John Hansen||Preben Pedersen|
|1968||Hillerød||Preben Rosenhkilde||Bjarne Nygaard||Henning E. Hansen|
|1969||Hillerød||Bent Larsen||Flemming Larsen||Frank Jahn|
|1970||Hillerød||Niels Hansen||Uffe Sorensen||Gert Nielsen|
|1971||Hillerød||Ervin Hansen||J.E Krause Kjær||Kurt Schelde|
|1972||Hillerød||Ole Hermansen||Leif Berlin||Kristian Praestbro|
|1973||Hillerød||Finn Thomsen||Gunnar Svendsen||Jørgen Walter|
|1974||Hillerød||Michael Lohmann||John Rosenkrantz||Svend A. Gormsen|
|1975||Skovby||Finn Jensen||Knud Ellegard||Niels E. Pedersen|
|1976||Hillerød||Hans Nielsen||Bo Petersen||Frank Mastrup|
|1977||Vojens||Erik Gundersen||Steen Mastrup||Arne Kruse|
|1978||Fredericia||Tommy Knudsen||Finn Lundahl||Preben Eriksen|
|1979||Vojens||Hans Klinge||Lars Vinding||Gunnar Hansen|
|1980||Randers||John Eskilden||Brian Jakobsen||Ulf Schack|
|1981||Hillerød||Sam Nikolajsen||Jens Rasmussen||Jan O. Pedersen|
|1982||Hillerød||Erik Holm||Frank Andersen||John Jørgensen|
|1983||Fredericia||Aksel Jepsen||Knud E. Knudsen||Henrik Ziegler|
|1984||Outrup||Jan Jakobsen||Allan Johansen||Jan Jespersen|
|1985||Fjelsted||Ole Hansen||Brian Karger||Lars Munkedal|
|1986||Slangerup||Gert Handberg||Hans Henrik Hansen||Jess Frederiksen|
|1987||Ornedal||Kenneth Arnfred||Bjarne Jakobsen||Mogens Hansen|
|1988||Outrup||Jan Mikkelsen||Bo Sørensen||Bo Johnsen|
|1989||Holstebro||John Jørgensen||Brian Andersen||Jacob Olsen|
|1990||Frederikslyst||Bo Eriksen||Peter Larsen||Michael Dahl|
|1991||Holsted||Kim Brandt||René Madsen||Morten Andersen|
|1992||Vojens||Ronni Pedersen||Thomas Ravn||Allan Damgaard|
|1993||Herning||Carsten Hansten||Flemming Rasmussen||Bent Rasmussen|
|1994||Esbjerg||Klaus Rasmussen||Jesper B. Monberg||Anders Nielsen|
|1995||Holsted||Charlie Gjedde||Nicki Pedersen||Jesper Steentoft|
|1996||Glumsø||Hans N. Andersen||Hans Knut||Thomas B. Jensen|
|1997||Vojens||Claus Kristensen||Carsten Lauritsen||Jack Gunderstrup|
|1998||Munkebo||Ronnie Henningsen||Thomas Poulsen||Henning Bager|
|2000||Glumsø||Kenneth Bjerre||Kristian Lund||Hans O. Jensen|
|2001||Holsted||Sabrina Bogh||Mads B. Pedersen||Ulrich Østergaard|
|2002||Outrup||Niels Kristian Iversen||Kenneth Bjerre||Henning Bager|
|2003||Kronjylland||Kenneth Bjerre||Niels Kristian Iversen||Rune Knudsen|
|2004||Brovst||Kenneth Bjerre||Mads Korneliussen||Morten Risager|
|2005||Holsted||Kenneth Bjerre||Morten Risager||Patrick Norgaard|
|2006||Holstebro||Nicolai Klindt||Patrick Hougaard||Klaus Jakobsen|
|2007||Munkebo||Patrick Hougaard||Morten Risager||Kenneth Hansen|
|2008||Fjelsted||Nicolai Klindt||Patrick Hougaard||René Bach|
|2009||Glumsø||Patrick Hougaard||Nicolai Klindt||Kenni Larsen|
|2010||Slangerup||René Bach||Michael Jepsen Jensen||Patrick Hougaard|
|2011||Grindsted||Lasse Bjerre||Mikkel Michelsen||Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen|
|2012||Vojens||Michael Jepsen Jensen||Nicklas Porsing||Mikkel Michelsen|
|2013||Randers||Mikkel Michelsen||Lasse Bjerre||Michael Jepsen Jensen|
|2014||Silkeborg||Nicklas Porsing||Mikkel Bech Jensen||Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen|
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